University of California at Berkely
Carly received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she worked with Prof. Brad Pentelute on both machine learning-guided design and in-cell selection methods to identify sequences for nuclear delivery. She then switched coasts last year and joined the University of California, Berkeley as a Miller Institute Postdoctoral Fellow hosted by Prof. Alanna Schepartz.
Carly's current work focses on generating sequence-defined polymers by expanding the chemical toolkit of native translational machinery. At APS 2023, she is excited to present on her final work in the Pentelute Lab in which she developed a platform for in-cell penetration-selection mass spectrometry, PSMS, to identify fully non canonical peptides that deliver antisense PMO to the nucleus of cells.